Minimally invasive camera-based medical devices improve patient outcomes and change the healthcare landscape.
As the minimally invasive medical device market further shifts toward energy-driven technology, working with a partner that understands the complexity of the complete visualization system—the interconnect solution to the handle and its internal technology, the shaft components, and the unique features of the camera tip—is vital.
Complete Imaging System Capabilities
PREVOYANCE® Camera Assembly with Chip-On-Tip® Technology
Complete Imaging System
Shaft Assembly - Distal End
The distal end of the device is comprised of a tip that houses miniature sensors, a lighting source, small gauge wires, and other components necessary to produce an image.
- Injection molded
- Metal injection molded
- 3D printed
- Various sizes
- Various image quality
- LED at the tip
- LED driven through fiber
- Various gauges
- Various configurations
Shaft Assembly - Main Body
Whether braided, coiled, straight extrusion, or rigid, shaft characteristics are highly dependent on the use case, physician feedback, and desired performance characteristics. Shaft articulation takes into account desired articulation direction and deflection to determine the performance of the device.
ATL's design, development, and engineering teams will help you achieve your goals; and will bring your design to fruition.
- Heat-set coiled tubing
- Metal reinforced
Proximal End Cable Assembly
ATL was built on interconnect solutions expertise. Starting with our AKURA® line of connectors and receptacles and ranging throughout the connector spectrum, ATL can design, develop, and produce an interconnect solution to meet your needs.
Utilizing ATL’s vertically integrated cable production, ATL combines our cabling and interconnect expertise to produce market leading cable assembles to support imaging devices.